French-born photographer Bruno Victoria started his career in the late nineties as fashion designer for YVES SAINT LAURENT.

He participed in modernizing the men’s collection under the leadership of Hedi Slimane.

After he joined Kris Van Assche as director of the collection for seven years.


He then moved to the United States where he decided to translate his vision of textures into photography: distortion of structures through water, landscapes troubled by motion.
In June 2014 he had his first exhibition at the French Institute in Washington DC.


Now Bruno Victoria divides his time between Paris and london, exploring new images.

He has engaged in documentary work, starting with a project to make old age visible.

This project, called « Nap », was shown in a exhibition in Paris at « le Point Éphémère » in April 2017.